One of the number one questions in the septic industry is “How much does it cost to pump a septic tank?”
There are several factors that go into determining the price of a pump out, such as: location, how much your county charges to dump waste, the size of your septic tank, along with any complications that may come with a standard pumping. If you wait over 3-5 years before having your septic tank pumped, then there could be some complications that add cost onto a basic pumping charge. If you do not know what size your septic tank is, you can typically go off how many bedrooms your home has. If your home has between 1-3 bedrooms it has a 1,000 gallon tank and if it has 4 or more bedrooms it has a 1,500 gallon tank. The exception to this rule is if you have a 3 bedroom home and also have a garbage disposal, then your home will also have a 1,500 gallon tank.
At Henson Septic Services, we strive to be fair and honest with our pricing to ensure our customers are happy and feel valued. We have listed below a basic price sheet for our pumping services to give you an idea as to how much it cost to pump a septic tank. These prices include locating the tank, digging up the lid, pumping the septic tank, and covering it all back up in a way that will leave the customer satisfied.
If you haven’t had your septic system pumped recently or just want some professional advice as to the health of your tank, give Henson Septic Services a call at 1-706-949-1460. We’re also available through email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For expert septic system maintenance, inspection, and repair, we’re the answer for Northeast Georgia homeowners!